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China Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in China. Only codes which are actively connected to the SWIFT network are shown. All passive (i.e. inactive) codes are excluded from the list.


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ID Bank or Institution City Branch Swift Code
2601 YAMAGUCHI BANK, LTD., THE, DALIAN BRANCH DALIAN YMBKCNBD
2602 YAMAGUCHI BANK, LTD., THE, QINGDAO BRANCH QINGDAO Qingdao Branch YMBKCNBQ
2603 YANBIAN RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK YANJI YBRCCNBJ
2604 YANFENG GLOBAL AUTOMOTIVE INTERIOR SYSTEMS CO. SHANGHAI YGAICNSH
2605 YANTAI BANK CO., LTD. WEIHAI YTCBCNSD00A
2606 YANTAI BANK CO., LTD. YANTAI YTCBCNSD
2607 YANTAI LUYE HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT CO., LTD. YANTAI SYLHCNBY
2608 YANTAI RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK CO.,LTD YANTAI ZFRBCNBQ
2609 YINGKOU COASTAL BANK CO.,LTD YINGKOU Dashiqiao Sub-branch BKCLCNBY
2610 YINZHOU BANK NINGBO (bank Of Yinzhou) YZBKCN2N
2611 YUNNAN ANNING CHOUZHOU RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK ANNING YACRCNB2
2612 YUNNAN DALI CITY RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK CO., LTD. DALI YDCRCNBD
2613 YUNNAN HONGTA BANK CO., LTD. YUXI YUNHCNBY
2614 ZHAOQING RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK CO.,LTD. ZHAOQING ZDRCCNBZ
2615 ZHEJIANG CANGNAN RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK CO.,LTD WENZHOU Lingxi Sub-branch Cangcheng ZCRCCNBW
2616 ZHEJIANG CHANGXING RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK CORP., LTD HUZHOU ZCXICNBH
2617 ZHEJIANG CHOUZHOU COMMERCIAL BANK CO.,LTD YIWU CZCBCN2X
2618 ZHEJIANG DONGYANG RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK CO. LTD JINHUA ZJDRCNBD
2619 ZHEJIANG E-COMMERCE BANK CO., LTD. HANGZHOU ZHECCNBB
2620 ZHEJIANG FUYANG RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMPANY LIMITED HANGZHOU FYBKCNSH
2621 ZHEJIANG HAINING RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMPANY LIMITED HAINING HNBCCNBJ
2622 ZHEJIANG HAIYAN RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMPANY LIMITED JIAXING HRCCCNBH
2623 ZHEJIANG HANGZHOU YUHANG RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMPANY LIMITED HANGZHOU Business Department YHBKCNBH
2624 ZHEJIANG HECHENG RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK CO., LTD JIAXING HCRCCNBJ
2625 ZHEJIANG JIANDE RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMPANY LIMITED HANGZHOU JRCCCNBH
2626 ZHEJIANG JIANGSHAN RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK QUZHOU ZJRUCNBI
2627 ZHEJIANG JIASHAN RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMPANY LIMITED JIAXING ZJJRCNBZ
2628 ZHEJIANG JINHUA CHENGTAI RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMPANY LIMITED JINHUA ZJCTCNBJ
2629 ZHEJIANG LANXI RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMPANY LIMITED JINHUA ZLRCCNBJ
2630 ZHEJIANG LINAN RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMPANY LIMITED HANGZHOU LRCCCNBH
2631 ZHEJIANG LINHAI RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMPANY LIMITED TAI ZHOU LHBKCNBH
2632 ZHEJIANG MINTAI COMMERCIAL BANK HANGZHOU Hangzhou Branch ZJMTCNSH
2633 ZHEJIANG PANAN RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMPANY LIMITED JINHUA Business Department PRDPCNBN
2634 ZHEJIANG PINGHU RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMPANY LIMITED PINGHU PHRCCNSH
2635 ZHEJIANG QINGTIAN RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMPANY LIMITED QING TIAN QTBKCNBQ
2636 ZHEJIANG RUIAN RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK WENZHOU ZRRCCNBZ
2637 ZHEJIANG RURAL CREDIT COOPERATIVE UNION HANGZHOU ZJRCCN2N
2638 ZHEJIANG SANHUA INTELLIGENT CONTROLS CO., LTD. SHAOXING ZSICCNBS
2639 ZHEJIANG SHANGYU RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK CO.,LTD SHAOXING ZSROCNBZ
2640 ZHEJIANG SHAOXING HENGXIN RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMPANY LIMITED SHAOXING SXHXCNBS
2641 ZHEJIANG TAILONG COMMERCIAL BANK CO.,LTD TAIZHOU ZJTLCNBH
2642 ZHEJIANG TAIZHOU HUANGYAN RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMPANY LIMITED TAI ZHOU ZTHRCNBT
2643 ZHEJIANG TAIZHOU JIAOJIANG RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK CO., LTD JIAOJIANG Business Department ZTJRCNBZ
2644 ZHEJIANG TONGLU RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMPANY LIMITED HANGZHOU TLRBCN2A
2645 ZHEJIANG TONGXIANG RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMPANY LIMITED TONGXIANG TXRCCNBT
2646 ZHEJIANG WENCHENG RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMPANY LIMITED WENZHOU WRCOCNBW
2647 ZHEJIANG WENLING RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMPANY LIMITED WENLING WLBKCNSH
2648 ZHEJIANG WENZHOU LUCHENG RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMPANY LIMITED WENZHOU LCBKCNSH
2649 ZHEJIANG WENZHOU OUHAI RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMPANY LIMITED WENZHOU (WENCHENG BRANCH) OHBKCNSH001
2650 ZHEJIANG WENZHOU OUHAI RURAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMPANY LIMITED WENZHOU Business Department OHBKCNSH


What is a SWIFT Code?

A SWIFT Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Code (BIC) used to specify a particular bank or branch. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. Banks also use these codes for exchanging messages between them.

SWIFT codes comprise of 8 or 11 characters. All 11 digit codes refer to specific branches, while 8 digit codes (or those ending in 'XXX') refer to the head or primary office. SWIFT codes are formatted as follows:

AAAA BB CC DDD

  • First 4 characters - bank code (only letters)
  • Next 2 characters - ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code (only letters)
  • Next 2 characters - location code, passive participant will have "1" in the second character (letters and digits)
  • Last 3 characters - branch code, optional - 'XXX' for primary office (letters and digits)

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The registrations of SWIFT Codes are handled by Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (“SWIFT”) and their headquarters is located in La Hulpe, Belgium. SWIFT is the registered trademark of S.W.I.F.T. SCRL with a registered address at Avenue Adèle 1, B-1310 La Hulpe, Belgium.